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Cooke

Founded in 1985, Cooke is a family-owned and vertically integrated aquaculture corporation based in Blacks Harbour, Canada with salmon farming operations in Atlantic Canada, the United States, Chile and Scotland, as well as seabass and seabream farming operations in Spain. The company has two main divisions: aquaculture and fisheries. The company has grown significantly, including acquisitions (e.g. Wanchese Fish Company, Icicle Seafoods and Omega Protein) and further diversification of their product offering by expanding their seafood assets into wild fishery. The most recent acquisition is Seajoy Seafood Corporation Group, Latin America's largest producer of premium farmed shrimp.

Ranking position
#313/350
Total score
0.8/100
Measurement area Score Rank (0-350)

Governance and strategy

#1 0.0 / 10 #267

Environment

#1 0.8 / 30 #286

Nutrition

#1 0.0 / 30 #278

Social inclusion

#1 0.0 / 30 #300
Segment Rank
Animal proteins #82
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #209

Segment ranking summary

Cooke operates in the food and beverage manufacturers/processors and animal proteins segments. The company ranks in the bottom tier lagging behind most of its peers with no disclosure across the governance and strategy, nutrition and the social inclusion measurement area, and one broad commitment in environment of sustainable fishing and aquaculture.

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More about the company

Headquarters
Blacks Harbour, Canada
Food and agriculture revenue USD
1,753,731,400
Group revenue USD
1,753,731,400
Onwnership structure
Family-owned
Number of employees
10,000
Website
https://www.cookeseafood.com

This company is part of the SDG2000, the 2.000 most influential companies

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